Skinz N Bonez is a ladies Krewe that moves to its own beat. With a sub Krewe of guys that keep it swept up neat. Paying tribute to New Orleans old, while breaking out from a new mould. Girls from all kinds of walks grooving to a pace their own. Even a few who come […]
the past six months or so, we’ve all been hostess to the hi ho on each sunday at six. with the sale of the hi ho lounge recently? the bonez have been uprooted, with their queen. The search has begun to find a new home, to practice, party, and in general? call home. If your […]
mardigras mourning went off about five am for the bonegals…. we hit ann linn’s homespace gallery for a kick off with a brass band, members of several bands, who came out to make noise with us. The B.O.M.B. bearded oysters marching band, some of the pair o dice tumblers, and more. we ate some lovely […]
what a wonderful day. WONDERFUL roll! the bonez met at garretts (spambone) for a quick nosh, makeup, clothing, and then rolled over to the beginning of the parade route. In case you didn’t catch us, we were at space 12 after “Morgus the Magnificent”…. 40 bonez rolled, including five of our “baby bonez”. The short […]
we are proud to announce our participation not only as a krewe, but as a family style krewe. skinz n bonez like no other. the bone gang, is also good friends with the one and only Ronald Lewis, the gatekeeper of the northside skull and bonez gang. We love Ronald, and if you haven’t […]
here’s some shots of our recent roll with krewedelusion. krewedelusion is in its third year as a krewe, and this year, was a first for the bonez. enjoy. special hugs, kisses, and more to rick moore, roy guste, and our photobone, crystal. y’all make these pictures beautiful!
happy carnivale from Big Queen Mardiclaw and Wildman John!
Skinz N Bonez is New Orleans only Female Bone Gang. Founded in 2011 during BOW parade, and then debuting at MSMG, the BONEZ can be found every sunday in their den THE HI HO LOUNGE. These Ladies are committed to Dancing, Chanting, Drumming, and Fundraising to continue the culture of New Orleans Secondlines, Mardigras Mischief […]